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Gin & Sin: Hendrick’s Gin with Cucumber and Oregano

From Barbuzzo Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar

By Matt Goldstein

If you’re a fan of the gin martini with cucumber than the Gin & Sin with Hendrick’s Gin, cucumber & oregano will be you’re new drink of choice. Barbuzzo’s take on the Gin & Sin adds fresh oregano to the gin and cucumber with Noilly Prat . . . → Read More: Gin & Sin: Hendrick’s Gin with Cucumber and Oregano

Gin & Sin: Hendrick’s Gin with Cucumber and Oregano

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4 comments to Gin & Sin: Hendrick’s Gin with Cucumber and Oregano

  • Mitchell Decook

    Many subspecies and strains of oregano have been developed by humans over centuries for their unique flavors or other characteristics. Tastes range from spicy or astringent to more complicated and sweet. Simple oregano sold in garden stores as Origanum vulgare may have a bland taste and larger, less dense leaves, and is not considered the best for culinary uses, with a taste less remarkable and pungent. It can pollinate other more sophisticated strains, but the offspring are rarely better in quality.*

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  • Jeff

    can you provide exact instructions and proportions to make this drink? I would like to try it.


  • Stacey

    Oooh… Love, love LOVE Hendricks and cuke. Shepard and I went to a Hendricks tasting at the Franklin last Spring and “discovered” it. Never tried it with oregano, though, we usually muddle it with fresh mint.


    Matt goldstein Reply:

    Fresh mint. I have to try that. Never had a gin and coke either. Will have try both of those…


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